Kurt Angle: "Once Brock Lesnar got mad on a WWE flight"



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Kurt Angle: "Once Brock Lesnar got mad on a WWE flight"

Over the course of the career of one of the legendary WWE athletes, Brock Lesnar, there have been several quarrels and squabbles with colleagues from the company. Especially given the taciturn character of the former WWE Champion, who hide a devastating anger, if he were to be teased and annoyed, several of the WWE Superstars, sooner or later found themselves in front of their own presence, the fury by The Beast.

The last only in coronological order to have seen a fairly aggressive Brock Lesnar parry is in fact the couple champion of Monday Night Raw, Matt Riddle, who in a recent edition of the Royal Rumble, saw a fairly Lesnar coming face to face.

annoyed by the Bro Man's constant mentions of the McMahon company in his interviews. In the latest edition of his Kurt Angle Show, the WWE Hall of Famer also wanted to tell an anecdote about the unleashed wrath of the former Universal Champion, about a flight of the Stamford company several years ago on which Curt Hennig, the famous Mr Perfect of the WWF, bothered to death his travel companion, Brock Lesnar.

To the microphones of his last speech in his very personal show, Angle has in fact told: "I was also on the flight when he went to bother Brock Lesnar. Brock was trying to sleep and Curt Hennig kept throwing alcohol on him and other things as well, always at him, right in the face!

And Brock went on a rampage. Brock wanted to kill him! I mean, it took five people to hold Brock back. It was horrible; Curt Hennig continued to do so, undeterred. He was crazy. He was a habitual pain in the ass, a provocateur; that was all he did, especially if he wasn't in the ring."

Unfortunately for him, Curt Hennig died very young in 2003, of drug intoxication, with the athlete who had now left WWE the year before, landing. in the TNA rings, which however saw him fight very little, for his untimely death.

Charlotte Flair disagrees with the WWE creative team

After everything that has come out over the past two days, one thing in particular has caught everyone's attention: Charlotte Flair's unhappiness at having to deal with certain segments in a certain way.

Although it has been said that Queen had every intention of leaving the title of Raw champion to Bianca Belair during their last fight, she still seems to be unhappy with what she is being offered by the creative team. Fightful Select wrote: "There have been roster members who have challenged the notion that Charlotte," campaigned "To lose to Bianca Belair on Monday, even though she seemed okay with losing.

We were told that Charlotte was outspoken about creativity, regardless." The great thing about all of this is that as far as the offending segment of the belt swap at Friday Night SmackDown is concerned, Charlotte was worried about looking weak in the eyes of the fans so here too she expressed her opinion, but of course she wasn't listened to.

. The same thing happened to Becky Lynch, who instead, according to some sources: "She expressed her concern about whether she would do it, precisely to the writer / writer involved and to Sonya Deville." So practically it was understood that in WWE it is really difficult to collaborate all together, but there is always someone who has more power than you and does not listen to you, because very few people, Hulk Hogan and The Undertaker for example, have managed over the years to oppose certain creative decisions by being listened to.

After his dismissal, it turned out that Ric Flair disagreed with his daughter's booking in WWE, so he asked for the release, although the man denied: “How could I be mad at the company my daughter is currently in. the most decorated fighter in history?"